internal sorting

internal sorting

[in′tərn·əl ′sȯrd·iŋ]
(computer science)
The sorting of a list of items by a computer in which the entire list can be brought into the main computer memory and sorted in memory.
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Picking up the delivery orders of 15 judicial authorities in the Freistaat Sachsen; Promotion of formal notifications to the recipients in the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany; Keeping a record of the shipment quantities; Provision of weatherproof transport and collection containers; Required forms with address print of the respective authority (exception at the correctional institutions, here without address printing); Stickers; Equipment and other aids required for the order processing, internal sorting work, replacement deliveries by laying down; Return of the proof of delivery to the respective authority; Information on the transport status of the formal postal orders or address recherchre.
1 to the case M = 2 and B = P = 1, where the number of I/Os corresponds to the number of comparisons needed to sort N records by a comparison-based internal sorting algorithm.
Collection of consignments of 64 judicial authorities in Saxony; Transportation of goods to the receivers in the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany; Perform a verification list of mail volumes; Providing weather-proof transport and storage tanks, required forms with Address label of the respective authority, stickers, equipment and tools that are required for order processing; Collection and transportation of shipments, internal sorting work; required confirmation of delivery or non-delivery; Return of documents to the relevant authority; Information to the transportation status of requiring proof programs; Imprint of cliches; Emptying mailboxes; Pick up from Fund letters; Postage for international items.

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